I love creating Christmas gift tags, prints, and other products for my etsy shop using Christmas fonts. I thought I’d round up some of my favorites. It makes life easier when you know which fonts work!
Note: I am a Fontspring affiliate, but I also use these fonts. It doesn’t cost you extra to download these if you do purchase, but I do receive a small commission if you do. Every bit helps run this blog!
1. Janda Christmas Doodles
I love this font! It’s so versatile. This is a dingbat font so you use type a letter and get an image. If you press the CAPS and press a letter, you get more images! I use it to create gift tags for my shop. It’s inexpensive to purchase if you plan to use it commercially, like I do, although I have seen listings elsewhere that this font is free for personal use. You can see the font on my latest Christmas tags:
2. Christmas Doodles by Outside the Line
This Christmas Doodles font is another set of Dingbats, but only uses the letters A-P (caps lock too) so you get a set of 31 dingbat images. These are different than the ones I mentioned above and cost more, but they are a fun set to own if you plan on doing any kind of digital Christmas prints.
3. Austie Bost Christmas Doodles
This font is completely free even for commercial use! This is a complete set of fonts A-Z and a-z, as well as 0-9. This is the complete set, if you are wondering:
4. Holiday Bouncy & Accents
This is a fun Christmas / Holiday font which provides accents. It’s called Holiday Bouncy which is actually a three font set. It can be used on various projects. I love the style of this font. It has a very holiday look and could be used on cards, gift tags, and other elements.
5. Holiday Cookies Christmas Fonts Collection
Holiday Cookies is a five font set, created with shadows and highlights you can add to make your lettering stand out. You can choose to mix these styles too which would be fun!
6. Austie Bost Roman Holiday
This font has an old style Christmas / Holiday look and feel to it. To use commercially, it’s inexpensive and will add an old world charm to any of your projects. I love the hand drawn feel to this font as well. Makes it appear as if I created it by hand.
7. Holiday and Party Words Christmas Fonts
This font is another dingbat font that has holiday phrases in it. It also includes party phrases as well and isn’t limited to only Christmas. The list above shows exactly what you get with this set. This would be cute to use on cards for a quick sentiment.
8. Limon Outline
You can purchase this entire 16 font set for around $90. I personally like a few of these so these will finish out my list. You can buy them seperately, or in the set. The outline style is one of my favorites because I like that look on Christmas and holiday products.
You can also purchase the bold set for a little different look:
9. Limon Didone Outline
Same as above, but with a bit of a different look. Again, you can purchase this seperately, or as a complete set of 16 fonts.
10. Limon Script Christmas Fonts (Regular or Bold)
These are simply beautiful and would give any Christmas card or print a holiday look. I love the whimsical nature of this set. These fonts aren’t cheap, so if you really want to buy this font–the complete set would be the way to go. It’s currently on sale for $89 which I think is a bit high, but if you plan on using these on a lot of things, it would be worth it!
That rounds out my list of Christmas fonts.
What are your favorites? Did I miss one on the list?
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